Alberta Travel GuideWhen to visit Alberta
Warm summers days and snowy winter afternoons make Alberta a popular vacation destination. Festivals and outdoor activities attract visitors in the summer, while reduced prices and virtually non-existent lift lines make for idyllic ski vacations in the winter.
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Save $150 on Airfare-Inclusive Ski Packages
Save $150 on the price of your ski getaway when you book an airfare-inclusive package to destinations including Lake Tahoe, Crested Butte, Banff, Beaver Creek, Aspen, and more.
Alberta Snow Deals: Skiing, Mushing, and Ice Walking from $72
Make the most of being cold with these winter adventure deals.
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- Unforgettable Places to Sleep in National Parks A cabin floating on a lake. A boutique hotel. A yurt. Around North America, national parks offer incredible scenery, dazzling wildlife, and some truly funky, cool, and surprising places to stay.
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New International Routes Translate To Savings
Many airlines are launching new international service in 2009 to capitalize on new markets. Flying on introductory routes is a great way to save on overseas travel.
- Be 'Wowed' at World Heritage Sites Looking for the thrill of the world's greatest treasures? With 20 UNESCO World Heritage Sites in the U.S., plus dozens more in Mexico and Canada, you won't have to travel far.
- Trip du Jour Snowy Destinations Discover snowy winter destinations where affordability and fun are not mutually exclusive. Take an audio tour of Banff, Big Sky, North Conway, and Park City.
- The 10 best adventure travel bargains of 2007 The most important thing you can do when choosing a trip is to select the package that offers the best value for the money, which is not always the provider with the lowest price. A reasonable cost and an experience of a lifetime can add up to a great adventure bargain.